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Model #36-5100

15 Amp 10 in. Left Tilt 30 in. Contractor Table Saw, with Cast Iron Wings

  • Powerful 15 amp Induction motor handles the most demanding jobs
  • Large 30 in. Right side rip and 15 in. left side rip capacities
  • 5 Year contractor warranty
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Product Overview

Saw Blade Diameter
Maximum Cut Depth at 90 Degrees
Left and Right Saw Rip Capacity
5 Year Warranty
The Delta 10 in. Contractor Saw features an industry standard tool-free split guard design that allows a true rise-and fall riving knife by using a lever on the inside the throat plate. There is tool-less assembly of the riving knife and anti-kickback pawls. It has a large, easy to access on/off switch. The blade brake feature stops the blade within seconds of the power being turned off.
  • Unique tubular stand for maximum support and stability
  • Ease of mobility with 2 fixed wheels and 1 swivel wheel
  • Cast iron tabletop with LH and RH cast iron extension wings
  • Includes extra RH stamped steel extension wing
  • Heavy duty biesemeyer style fence with dual rip windows
  • Quick assembly stand with less parts, allows fast assembly

Info & Guides

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Blade Diameter
Maximum Cut Depth @ 90 Deg.
Product Depth (in.)
Product Height (in.)
Product Width (in.)
Work Table Surface
in. x in.


Amperage (amps)
Bench & Stationary Tool Type
Table Saw
Blade Diameter (in.)
Blade Location
Blade Speed
Color Family
Construction Material
Cast Iron
Cord Length (ft.)
Cordless/ Corded
Cuts Through
Depth Control
Horsepower (hp)
1.75 hp
Included Accessories
Maximum Cut Depth @ 45 Deg.
Power Tool Features
Blade Guard System,Lockout Power Switch
Product Weight (lb.)
PT Horsepower (Hp)
Rip Capacity - Left
Rip Capacity - Right
Table Tilt Left Max (degrees)
Table Tilt Right Max (degrees)
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
CSA Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
Five Year Limited Warranty

Questions & Answers


Model #36-725T2

Asked by Mike September 6, 2020

is this model 220v or 110v? if is 220v can it be switch to 110v? and how.

Asked by iwooddoit August 19, 2017

110V out of the factory. It is able to be converted to 220V by following the wiring diagram in the manual. It explains how to rewire the motor. The plug must also be changed.


Asked by mike March 26, 2017

120 or 240 will work.

Is it possible to replace stamped steel rh 3rd wing for cast iron? If so what part #? Will fence still attach?

Asked by tobinsuke September 14, 2016

Heh! It looks like everyone has the same issues with this saw. That 3rd wheel broke after a month or so.... Delta told me that it is not covered by warranty. They said that I use very heavy materials and it damages the saw! Well, if 8x4 sheet of plywood is too heavy for a CONTRACTOR table saw I wouldn't call it a contractor table saw. They offer 5 years warranty and all what you get from Delta as a response is ..."it is your fault if this saw falls apart!".

can saw be run on 240 volts?

Asked by john May 20, 2016

Yes. Wiring diagram in manual.

Where is this saw manufactured at?

Asked by David1957 April 15, 2016

I will answer my own question for anyone wondering the same thing. The saw is manufactured in Taiwan.

does this saw have a belt or direct drive blade

Asked by mudman November 20, 2015

It has an induction motor and a small belt - part number DPEC003211

Does this saw come with a dado insert?

Asked by HR September 24, 2015

Not included however it is available. Part number 36-502.

What are the dimensions of the box this saw comes in?

Asked by shashster January 1, 2015

It's about 3' x 3' x 3' (I don't have the exact measurements, as mine's assembled already). Fits in the back of a pick up very well. I wouldn't recommend an SUV, as it has to be loaded on a pallet. It is quite heavy, all in all. You will definitely need at least one extra person to help you unload it. Cheers!

What is the difference between this saw and the Delta 36-725?

Asked by drrogerb1 October 22, 2014

Ultimately, this particular model has a beefier motor, and more cast iron. In looking over the Lowe's model 36-5XXX saws, it looks like their standard pricing is a bit better than HDs... Just food for thought! Cheers!

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Customer Reviews

  • 3.3
    out of 17 reviews
  • 57% recommend this product
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This table saw is lable a 1.5 HP however, it turned out to 1 HP. I like it for what i do and i li...
This table saw is lable a 1.5 HP however, it turned out to 1 HP. I like it for what i do and i like the width and mobility. However, it should have more power.
by Fixitpdx
I have had this saw for one year now. I'm a weekend hobbyist and I've used this saw to build a pe...
I have had this saw for one year now. I'm a weekend hobbyist and I've used this saw to build a pedestal-leg trestle table, office furniture, chests, boxes, etc. I took a chance on a saw that was new-to-market and if I could go back I would have chosen a different saw. I do love the rip fence, the power once it gets going, how quiet it is, how easy it is to move around my shop, and how it looks. I assembled it myself in a few hours and the next day had to call customer service for an issue you will see below. Here are my issues with this saw: 1. Weak start-up: When I flip the switch to turn the saw on, the blade hums and slowly spins. Then the circuit trips. To use the saw, I need to "jump-start" the motor by spinning the blade with a wooden stick while simultaneously turning it on. This can't be normal. I use a 12-gauge cord now since a 14-gauge was unable to spin the blade up to starting speed. It's wired for 120v and that's what I am using. Maybe I would have better luck with the 240v but my house isn't wired for it. I thought I this would go away after I broke it in but it's been a year. I bet this is due to that "blade brake" feature, who knows. (If anyone has any advice on this I would appreciate it). 2. The table was warped by 0.2 degrees directly above the motor. While that seems like a small measure, I can rock a 2 ft board back and forth across the table, like a see-saw, which isn't safe during a cut. Further, the rip fence scrapes it unless I adjust the fence high enough to clear it, really high. I didn't feel comfortable clamping, hammering, and bending this myself so I called Delta. It took a few phone calls and emailing photos with my measurements, then a new cast iron table top showed up on my doorstep. No follow-up or instructions or anything, I guess I need to remove and replace it myself. I used to be an aircraft mechanic so I am capable, but this sounds like a whole weekend job and I haven't had the time yet. For now I just use the right side of the saw or a crosscut sled. 3. There is a metal dust collection hood that wraps around the blade under the table that is poorly designed. To remove a blade you have to either remove a screw in the manifold (each time I do this I am one step closer to stripping it) or pry the sheet metal back, even more if you are using a dado stack. 4. The throat plate doesn't fit right, the painted finish prevents it from sitting flush. I have tried adjusting this every way possible to no avail. It also flexes down when applying normal pressure for a cut. I'm still using the saw and I will eventually get to replacing the table top although I wish Delta would have taken care of it for me. If anyone who has this saw has any advice or tips on anything I mentioned above, it would be much appreciated.
by Shaun
14 people found this helpful
Smooth and Sturdy
This saw replaced an old Rockwell 9" saw that I bought in 1981 that had a stamped steel table and wings. So the Delta 36-5100 is a big leap from that. Assembly and Alignment, The assembly took a few hours over a couple of days when I had time to work on it. Here are a few observations that I came across and aren't in the documentation. - When installing the fence rails make sure the rails are up against the gauge. If they are low at all the fence will drag on the table and not move smoothly. - There are 4 locations were the trunions bolt to the table (picture included) loosen these to align the blade to the miter slot. - There are 4 set screws included that screw into the cast iron wings to adjust the outside edges of the wings to level with the table. There is a note about this with the instructions, but I didn't see it until I was done with assembly. - don't forget to remove the styrofoam block that is supporting the motor for shipping. DADO NUT not needed, Online you will find that there was/is a special ARBOR NUT needed to use a dado blade, and this may have been true on earlier models. It is no longer needed and my order was cancelled because it was unavailable. The last paragraph of the instructions state to remove the flange washer if your dado stack is to wide to use it and just use the nut. It appears that originally the nut and flange were made together and that is why you needed the special dado nut. Shipping an Delivery. I chose to have my saw delivered to Home Depot and pick it up there. When the box was brought to the counter ( on a pallet with a fork truck ) the box was upside down on the pallet and had been turned over somewhere between the factory and Home Depot. The rip fence is in a separate box and the end was torn off of it. It all looked OK so I excepted it and headed home. The only issue I found was the rip fence scale had a couple of spots that the marks were chipped off. Delta is supposed to send me a new scale, but I haven't received it yet. Overall I am very happy with the saw and I think it will last for a long time.
by David1957
3 people found this helpful
I really love this saw. Heavy cast iron top, excellent...
I really love this saw. Heavy cast iron top, excellent fence, and quality throughout. Plus, I got a great deal on it through Home Depot.
by Ben
I do like the saw. However, the Riving Knife that...
I do like the saw. However, the Riving Knife that was supposed to have been installed at the factory was loose inside the cabinet. I called DELTA to ask that they send the two hex screws to mount the part and was informed that they don't have the screws and the saw needed to be returned. Seriously?
5 Star Review
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by HomeDepotCustomer
This table saw was a dream to use ,very accurate cuts .
This table saw was a dream to use ,very accurate cuts .
by Buck
I have had this saw for about 8 months now. I truly feel for the money, there is not another TS t...
I have had this saw for about 8 months now. I truly feel for the money, there is not another TS that's comparable. The power of it is capable enough to cut through most all of your basic stock. The wide standing base (and cast iron wings) make it very stable. It's quiet and it kicks on quickly without any significant vibrations. The fence glides smoothly, adjusts easily, and functions very well. After reading most reviews on it, I feel like people expect everything for nothing. Don't get me wrong, my saw came misaligned in just about every way (even those settings which the instructions claim should be factory ready). It took extra work and a lot of patience, however after I finally dialed everything in to my liking- the saw cut like a champ.. No other way to describe it, dead on smooth, crisp and square. Other people complain about the table and wings showing deviation of around 1/64".. What do you expect when the surface area in question is measured in feet not inches, the appropriate tolerances increase.. Machinist squares are allowed a deviation of 0.001 and they are only 3-4". Not even considering all cast iron tops deviate in measurement (Powermatic, Sawstop, etc. I dont care what anyone says- they all deviate to some extent), someone buys a $1000 tablesaw and they expect it to be perfectly flat. It's just unrealistic expectations. If you want a good saw for the money and not lazy to properly set it up, this one is a great choice. Just be prepared to align everything going in, take your time, and have patience- It will be worth it in the end considering the amount of money you saved. Would recommend to a friend.
by Gunter007
3 people found this helpful
This table saw has had problems since first purchased (July 2016). Initially it would work for ab...
This table saw has had problems since first purchased (July 2016). Initially it would work for about an hour or two but then the motor would start to seize and trip a breaker. After taking the saw to a repair shop (June 2017) and waiting for 8 months, Delta finally change the motor (Feb 2018). I just received it and after applying power the new motor seems to be half as powerful as what it originally came with or there is some sort of internal clutch not releasing as it smells like it is overheating. I am extremely disappointed with Home Depot, Delta, and the repair company!
by Fred
3 people found this helpful
Great saw, if you get a good one.
I bought this saw about 18 months ago. It has been great and I was able took overlook some small annoyances.These include the wheel not lifting the saw enough to move over an illegal garage, mediocre fence, flexible throat plate and ok dust collection. however, as I have begun doing more detailed work, I noticed the blade was difficult to get to 90. I finally realized that there is a large uneven area just to the left of the throat plate. I have called customer service at delta many times. however, the only response I was able to get is that I have to call a local service center. none of the service centers around me have road techs, so I have to get a 300 lb table saw in my SUV and bring it someplace just so they can replace the whole top. if I could do it again, I would no a different route. only giving 3 stars due to the ease of calling customer service and the 5 year warrantee.
by paul
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